A Note from the Co-directors:

 

Hello Everyone,

We founded the Cambodian Village Fund on our 40th wedding anniversary in 2006.  We’ve seen how our small organization makes a big difference in Prey Touch Commune. The people in rural Cambodia are very poor, living on $1 - $2 per day, but they dream of a better life for their children. Their dreams are coming true because of the generosity of our supporters.  We need your help to continue our work. 

Money in Cambodia goes a long way.  The entire cost of a college education is $1600 per year.  Five hundred students study English after school for just $600 per month. Over a thousand families have clean water for just $14 each. And the bargains continue with schools, community improvements and health care.

Please join us in investing in Cambodia’s children. We make every dollar count and with your help, we can do even more.

Our administrative expenses are less than 1%.  That means that over 99% of your donation goes directly to our projects in Cambodia.  Along with our volunteers, we do all the management, accounting, fund raising, communications and website development at no cost to the Fund. 

We’ve seen changes in Prey Touch Commune that once were unimaginable -- students graduating from college, getting good jobs and breaking the cycle of poverty. 

Thank you for your help,
Bill and Nancy

Won’t You Join Us in this Effort?

Every donation is important.  Recurring monthly donations allow our projects to be sustainable and help us plan for the long run. You can make a recurring donation by checking the "Make this a monthly donation" box after you click "Donate." You can also target your donation to a specific program.  Simply select the program from the drop down menu after you click "Donate." 





Or you can donate by check payable to Cambodian Village Fund. Send your check to:

Cambodian Village Fund
c/o Bill and Nancy Bamberger
4376 Argos Dr.
San Diego, CA 92116-2330

Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.

Mother Teresa